A long overdue appreciation of one of the great lost albums – Urban Nomad – that welds together various Prog Rock influences.
Rick Pilkington of The Blackheart Orchestra joins us once again to help us celebrate a special year with his 1971 mixtape full of love.
Internationally renowned and multi talented music producer Scott Schorr tells us why he loves Prog giants, Yes.
In our latest Why I Love, Christo Squier from Perhaps Contraption enlightens us about Godspeed You! Black Emperor.
Second compilation from Warren Records/Warren Youth Project furthers their mental health & music initiative. This is a cause worth supporting.
Mike Keneally of MFTJ joins us for an in depth chat about his new project as well as working with Devin Townsend, Ulver and Frank Zappa.
Emerging singer songwriter talent Megan Dixon Hood joins us At The Barrier to share her thoughts on how she’s been inspired by the music of Aurora.
The next in our series of Why I Love Rush. This one incoming from Steve Brown who has several reason for his passion.
The first in a series of in depth retrospectives on the great albums of 1971. Gene Clark and White Light.
At The Barrier was saddened to read, this week, of the passing of Mick Peat, former member of The Ripley Wayfarers and Rogue’s Gallery and a nationally admired musician, singer and presenter on the folk scene.
We have a chat with up and coming, progressive music inspired musician, Dominic Sanderson. His Discarded Memories EP is out now.
News of the forthcoming 4CD compilation of The Pineapple Thief frontman, Bruce Soord’s lockdown sessions.
John Barlass trawls his memory banks for a detailed piece of the first Cropredy Festival in 1979 and Fairport’s Farewell.
Emerging progressive music talent Dominic Sanderson tells us about why he loves another progressive pioneer, Steven Wilson.
Fish speaks out in clarifying the precarious position for musicians hoping to tour in Europe.